TADA! Youth Theater

Continues Its


With the family musical


NEW YORK, NY – Featured in NY Magazine, NY Times, LA Times and the Wall Street Journal, and was the recipient of the 2009 Drama Desk Award and the Presidential “Coming Up Taller Award” winners TADA! Youth Theater (Janine Nina Trevens, Executive & Artistic Director), continues to celebrate their 25th anniversary with B.O.T.C.H., the first of three amazing family musicals productions for the whole family. B.O.T.C.H., with book and lyrics by Jon Agee, music by Daniel Feigelson, and directed by TADA! founder and Artistic Director,  Janine Nina Trevens, will open on January 15 and run through February 15.   Premium tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for children. Regular tickets are $20 for adults, $8 for children and can be purchased by visiting or calling (212) 252-1619 x128.   TADA! Theater is located at <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 /> 15 West 28th Street .  

B.O.T.C.H.  is a jazz-styled musical that follows the underground journey of artistic rats, dancing mummies and the kids of B.O.T.C.H., (Bureau Of  Turmoil, Chaos, & Headaches) who lurk under the New York City subway system.  

NJ: Ines Renique (15, Weehawken, NJ), Natalia Amaya (13, Hillside, NJ),  NY:  Brendan Eapan (16, Bronx), Anthony Sanchez (16, Bronx), Isabel Vera (13, Bronx), Josiah Fluker McInnis (9, Brooklyn), Christina Franklin (16, Brooklyn), Gabby Gross (14, Brooklyn), Merce Jessor (15, Brooklyn), Claire Jones (12, Brooklyn), Rovin Sena (16, Brooklyn), Simone Singletary (12, Brooklyn),Niles Jordan (14, Cambria Heights, NY), Maddy Abrahams (11, UES, Manhattan), Samantha Besca (10, UES, Manhattan), Logan Riley Bruner (12, , Chelsea Park Area, Manhattan), Kristin Callahan (11, UES, Manhattan), Sofia Fusco (8, Wash. Sq. Park Area, Manhattan), Alex Getlin (15, UWS, Manhattan), Matthew Hunter (11, Midtown, Manhattan), Taylor Jones (11, UWS, Manhattan), Chloe Pae (8, Midtown, Manhattan), Noah Pelty (13, UWS, Manhattan), Maddy Rubin (10, UWS, Manhattan), Sawyer Smith (10, Meatpacking Dist, Manhattan), Austin Tippograph (13, Gramercy Park, Manhattan), Jen Wais (15, Greenwich Village,Manhattan),  Lindsey Estevez (15, Queens), Taylor Hogan (17, Queens),  Ariana Sepulvera (15, Warwick, NY).  


TADA!’s original productions employ professional directors, choreographers and designers who work with a multi-ethnic cast of NYC children (ages 8-18) who are members of the TADA! Resident Youth Ensemble. TADA!’s productions lauded by critics around the country including The Los Angeles Times who praised, “Colleran’s songs ring out, and Greer’s jazzy dances electrify;” and New York Magazine who said, Since these young actors are a millisecond away from going pro, this is a good time to take a gander at stars on their way up.”  

For 25 years, the Drama Desk Award-winning TADA! Youth Theater has produced original musicals performed by kids aged 8-18 for family audiences. TADA! makes theater accessible through classes, school residencies, and a free youth development program for the most talented kids in the area. TADA! believes in giving every child the chance to explore and perform musical theater together in an artistic, educational, supportive and professional environment.

B.O.T.C.H. (January 15 – February 15)

Book and lyrics by Jon Agee, music by Daniel Feigelson, and directed by Janine Nina Trevens.


Opening Night, Friday, January 15 at 7PM

Performances Schedule: Saturday and Sunday at 2PM & 4PM

Specially added performances: Friday, February 12 at 7:00 PM

Monday, January 18 at 12:00 PM / 2:00 PM

Wednesday, February 03 at 10:00 AM / 12:00 PM

Monday, February 15 at 12:00 PM / 2:00 PM


TADA! Theater is located at 15 West 28th St .,

Second Floor (between Broadway and 5th Ave ), NYC

General tickets: Adults $20, Children $8;

Premium tickets: Adults $25, Children $15.

Premium tickets allow you to support TADA!’s mission while enjoying choice seating for adults and guaranteed front-row bench seats for children.


Tickets can be purchased online at or

through the Box Office at (212) 252-1619 x 128.


Upcoming productions:

Wide Awake Jake (April 16 – May 23)

The Magic Pot: Three Tales from China   (July 9-August 4)



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